Cannes: 'The Lobster' Director Yorgos Lanthimos Explains Why Name Actors Need to See His Films Before Working With Him
READ MORE: Cannes Review: Yorgos Lanthimos' 'The Lobster' Explores a Crazy World More Familiar Than It Looks In "The Lobster," Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos envisions a world in whic...
Watch: Dean Norris on 'Badass' Ben Franklin in Exclusive 'Sons of Liberty' Video
READ MORE: Watch: At Funny or Die, Dean Norris Presents His Vision of How 'Breaking Bad' Should End If Dean Norris — the man who played Hank Schrader on "Breaking Bad" — wants to g...
Watch: Robert Rodriguez and Robert Zemeckis Talk Failure in 'The Director's Chair'
How do you get inside a director's head? Get another director to be your guide, of course. This format is the premise of the original series "El Rey Network Presents: The Director's Chair,"...
Lucky Magazine Goes Quarterly
Reports of Lucky magazine going all-digital have been a staple of the media rumor mill for several years, with WWD reporting just last month that the brand would be closing its print business in the...
Are These David Letterman's 10 Best Top 10 Lists?
As David Letterman prepares to deliver his final Top 10 list on his final show tomorrow night, we take a look back at 10 of his best ever. Letterman's very first list—things that almost rh...
Review: 'Leviathan' Is a Transfixing Epic That Grows On You
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick, "Leviathan," is available now On Demand....
Criterion Adds 'The French Lieutenant's Woman,' 'Two Days, One Night,' Truffaut and Varda to its August Slate
READ MORE: Fall In Love And Come Of Age With The July Criterion Additions The ever-expanding Criterion Collection is adding new titles this August, providing cinephiles everywhere with DVD and B...
NBC Wins the 2014-15 TV Season in Adults 18-49
There are still three nights to go in the 2014-15 TV season, but NBC has already declared victory, winning the September-to-May season among adults ages 18 to 49 for a second consecutive year. The ...
WE tv Offers Advertisers 'Unprecedented' Access to Its Star, David Tutera
Most networks are using "data" as their big upfronts buzzword this year. For WE tv, it's "David"—as in David Tutera. The star of the cable network's David Tutera&#...
Greatest Ad Ever on YouTube? These 20 Iconic Spots Are Fighting It Out
YouTube is celebrating its 10th birthday this year. And part of that involves recognizing the role brands have played in the site's growth. After all, in 2014, four of the top 10 most watched vi...
From Lowbrow to Highbrow: How 'Veep,' 'Silicon Valley' and 'Inside Amy Schumer' Are Tearing Down American Institutionalism
The intellectualism running through several of today's better TV comedies — the culturally astute "Black-ish," the subversively personal "Louie," the brazenly crude "Broad C...
Do Offline Charities Hold Promise for Digital Branded Content?
When guests arrived at New York's Javits Center last week for the Robin Hood Foundation's annual gala, they may have been surprised to see that United Airlines was sponsoring the event, incl...
Watch: Enter the World of Sundance Hit 'Dope' in Infectious New Clip
READ MORE: Sundance Review: 'Dope' is a Slick Hip-Hop–Driven Tale of Divided Identity New footage of Rick Famuyiwa's acclaimed coming-of-age tale "Dope" has been unveiled. The festi...
Cannes: Jesse Eisenberg on 'Louder Than Bombs' and How He Doesn't Watch Movies
READ MORE: Cannes Review: Joachim Trier's 'Louder Than Bombs' is a Complex Family Drama Done Right  Jesse Eisenberg has had a stellar run since netting an Oscar nomination for his work on Da...
Cannes: Why Asif Kapadia Wants His Amy Winehouse Documentary to Anger You
READ MORE: Cannes Review: Asif Kapadia's Amy Winehouse Documentary is Heartbreaking and Extraordinary It's been four years since Asif Kapadia wowed audiences with his hugely successful, BAFTA-win...
Vanessa Hope's 'All Eyes and Ears' Examines U.S.-China Relations
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the c...
Cannes Review: Denis Villeneuve's 'Sicario' is Very Well-Made, But to What End?
READ MORE: The 2015 Indiewire Cannes Bible Quebecois director Denis Villeneuve has steadily developed a penchant for assembling intense movies heavy with bleak atmosphere and unnerving suspense. The ...
Emily Blunt Criticizes Cannes For Banning Flats on the Red Carpet
At a press conference on Tuesday morning at Cannes, where the drug-trade drama “Sicario” will premiere in competition, Emily Blunt talked about a topic that seems to be prevalent at every ...
Cannes Film Review: ‘Mustang’
West European sensibilities unmistakably mark “Mustang,” a potent drama about five sisters forced to suppress their burgeoning sensuality.
Cannes: Thomas Vinterberg's 'The Commune' Sells Wide
The 70s-set drama featuring Ulrich Thomson and Trine Dyrholm got picked up in Spain, Russia and Switzerland among other territories.read more

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